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March 22, 2007

SFAF Podcast #4 - Mark Cloutier on the Closing of San Francisco's Office of AIDS

In this episode of the SFAF Podcast, Mark Cloutier, Executive Director of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and President of the Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation, talks about the impending closure of the San Francisco municipal Office of AIDS and what challenges and opportunities may lie ahead as HIV/AIDS services become more integrated into the public health system.

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In addition to more than 20 years of public policy and legislative affairs work in the health arena in San Francisco, Sacramento and Washington, D.C., Mark Cloutier has extensive training and experience as a bioethicist.  He has consulted with a wide array of health care organizations in the public and private sectors to address ethical issues in service delivery systems, pricing structures, benefits coverage and application of medical technology.

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